Thermodynamics 1 (ENG1066)

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Thermodynamics 1 (ENG1066)

Dr Manosh Paul

Dr John Howell

School of
Engineering

http://moodle2.gla.ac.uk/course/view.php?id=1237

Glasgow History behind the Subject



Prof. Lord
Kelvin
discovered
Thermodynamics

Scale.




Prof. William
Rankine
founder of the subject and wrote first
Thermodynamics
book.




James Watt
invented Steam Engine.




Robert
Stirling
invented Stirling Engine.




John
Logie

Baird
-

Inventor
of the world's first
television, "
The
father of
television”.




Prof. Ian
Donald
first used diagnostic
ultrasound in
medicine.

Course & Exam Formats

Course Format
:





Total Lecture: 20





Tutorial Number: 3




Lab Number: 2




Course
Credit: 10


Exam Format:





Thermodynamics
1
(ENG1066)





Semester 2





Exam length: 1 hr 30
mins




Compulsory Question: 6


What to expect?



This
course is
designed to give students an
introduction to
engineering
thermodynamics.




It
concentrates upon basic principles, so that students can
apply their understanding to a wide range of thermodynamics
problems relevant to modern
engineering.




To
demonstrate the
principles lecturers on the
course will
provide examples of relevance to aerospace, biomedical, civil,
electrical and mechanical engineers
.



Introduction to Thermodynamics



Heat, Mass & Power



Mechanisms of Energy Transformation



Renewable and Non
-
renewable Energy



Energy Conservation



Chemical Processes



Heat Engines and Pumps


Turbines, Compressors, Pumps, Windmills,
Car and Jet Engines



Healthy Lifestyle



Heat Transfer from Human Body

Topics Covered